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    Retired IFS officer M Padmanabha Reddy, who is the president of the Forum for Good Governance (FGG), has written a letter to BRS President K Chandrashekhar Rao. In the letter, Reddy demands that party tickets be given to candidates with a clean image for the upcoming Assembly elections. Reddy expresses concern that many leaders with criminal records are receiving party tickets and becoming members of the Assembly. He believes that if this trend continues, only criminals will be sitting in the Assembly.

    Reddy points out that land grabbers, bank loan defaulters, and those who have obtained illegal wealth are entering into politics to protect their ill-gotten gains and accumulate more. To prevent this situation, the Forum for Good Governance urges the BRS leader to give tickets to individuals with clean images, preferably from poor and middle-class families and people of eminence.

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    Reddy also mentions a Supreme Court order that requires political parties to disclose information about candidates with criminal records. If a candidate is contesting on a party’s ticket, they must inform the party about their pending criminal cases. The political party is then obligated to publish this information on their website.

    In summary, Reddy is calling for the allocation of party tickets to candidates with clean images and emphasizes the need to prevent individuals with criminal records from entering the Assembly. He believes that this can be achieved by giving opportunities to honest individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds and by following the Supreme Court’s guidelines regarding candidates with criminal records.

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